[CfP] AI for Biomedicine Summer School June 27 - July 1st 2022 in Hannover

Dear all,
Since semantics will also play a big role in this summer school I thought this might be interesting for some people on the list. Lecturers include Prasenjit Mitra (Penn State), Robert Hoehndorf (KAUST), Niloy Ganguly (IIT Kharagpur and L3S) and Wolfgang Nejdl (L3S Hannover) among others: https://leibniz-ai-lab.de/?etn=summer-school-ai-for-bio-medicine


Call for Participation
Summer School 2022 – AI for Biomedicine
Hannover, Germany
27 June – 1 July 2022
Co-organized by
Leibniz University Hannover
International Leibniz Future Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence
Hannover Medical School
Registration: 11 May – 15 June, Register now<https://ai4bm.l3s.uni-hannover.de/>
The International Leibniz Future Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence is proud to present Summer School 2022 – AI for Biomedicine.
Together with Hannover Medical School, we invite you to join us from 27 June – 1 July 2022 at the Leibniz University in Hannover for a week of engaging talks and hands-on sessions with leading experts. Speakers include Prof. Dr. Martin Vingron from Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Dr. Laura Judith Marcos Zambrano from IMDEA Research Institute on Food and Health Sciences, Prof. Niloy Ganguly from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, Prof. Thomas Illig from Hannover Medical School, and many more.
The professionally tailored tutorials and hands-on sessions in data science, bioinformatics, and computational biology will cover introductory to advanced topics. The Summer School is aimed at PhD-Students, post-doctoral and early-career researchers interested in the intersection of computer science, medicine, and bioinformatics.
We plan this event to be hybrid, with priority given to on-site participation. We welcome international participation; the summer school will be held in English. Registration opens Wednesday, 11 May and remains open until Wednesday, 15 June.
On-site registration: 300 €
Virtual registration: 100 €
On-site and virtual participation will be capped at 50 spaces each. Please make sure to bring your own devices.
For on-site participation, we provide morning and afternoon refreshments as well as lunch per diem per participant.
Participants will receive a certificate for participation.
Find out more information on confirmed speakers, the program, software requirements and accommodation suggestions on our website: https://leibniz-ai-lab.de/?etn=summer-school-ai-for-bio-medicine

Contact Dr. Cameron Pierson (pierson@l3s.de<mailto:pierson@l3s.de>) or Sophie Schröder (schroeder@l3s.de<mailto:schroeder@l3s.de>) for any questions.
Register now!<https://ai4bm.l3s.uni-hannover.de/>

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